Style + Design
For proof that print is, indeed, alive and well, look no further than the Spring 2010 collection from Serial Cultura.
The fifth collection from Oakland-based designer Jen Jennings continues the label’s love affair with bold hues and graphic prints paired with simple, flowing silhouettes. Inspired by traditional quilt patterns and optical art, Jennings’ new prints for spring abound in bright hues that can’t help but pop against the surrounding neutrals, blues and muted grays.
“I was also playing with layering of different prints. I also love color and wanted to create very graphic shapes that were very colorful and bold,” says Jennings.
If you're anything like us, Monday marked the beginning of your annual health resolutions (since you can't start a new exercise and diet regimen on a weekend!) and despite your best intentions, chances are you'll be struggling to stick to it by mid-month. Luckily, Cook! SF is here to help.
Links to start the year off right...
It's 2010, the year of your wedding, and you have more loose ends untied than not. You're not alone (this engaged writer included). But luckily for all Bay Area newlyweds-to-be, the San Francisco Four Seasons' annual event, "2010 Wedding Fair...A Five Star Afternoon," is just around the bend.
Only two days to go before the decade’s officially done-zo, and you’ve got a whole lot of nada to wear for the occasion? Pause, breathe. Then try one of these local shops for the perfect New Year's Eve party dress.
Though Christmas left our wallets a bit plumper than before, we decided not to blow it all on a party ensemble we'll only wear once, however fabulous it may be. Since this year we plan on kicking off the New Year on a frugal foot (while still wearing killer stilettos mind you), we scoured the shops to bring you a glam NYE outfit for under $150:
1. Forever 21 Grand Metallic Sequin Dress, $22.80
Tights or leggings? Opaque or patterned? Black and white or technicolor?
When it comes to legwear, the options are seemingly endless. But whether you choose to use them as a way to ground a wild ensemble or make a serious statement, one thing's for certain, this fall is all about legs:
Fall has hit and winter is just around the corner, which means layering is more important than ever. But bundling up doesn't have to equal zero style. Here are our top cold weather picks that won't leave you looking like the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man.
1. The Scarf: Anthropologie Cashmere Squiggle Scarf, $98: We all know that scarves are the quintessential SF accessory and who doesn't want to curl up in cashmere to brave the blustery winter winds?